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Our finest Stanley London® telescope is this enormous and beautiful solid brass refractor
harbormaster telescope mounted on a mahogany tripod.
The telescope produces the brightest and clearest non-inverted image of any of our telescopes
through the use of the highest quality precision multi-coated glass optics.
The 32-power optical design is considered by most mariners to be the perfect magnification for harbormaster
telescopes and is the best compromise between power and field of view.
In order to bring an object into focus, you can use the precision rack and pinion focuser near the eyepiece.
The telescope never requires polishing and will not show fingerprints due to its clear coated finish.
The telescope's large eyepiece has plenty of eye relief so even eyeglass wearers can achieve comfortable viewing.
The telescope is 55 inches (1.40 meters) to 53 inches (1.35 meters) long depending on focus.
The telescope is easily removed from the adjustable tripod, which measures from 30.8 inches (78.2 cm) to 54.3 inches (138 cm) tall, and the tripod collapses efficiently
for compact storage.
To protect your fine flooring from scratches and the telescope from slipping, the feet of the tripod have
The height of the telescope and tripod is 60 inches (1.53 meters) tall and the telescope with tripod weighs 23 pounds
The integrated sun shade is 3 1/4 inches (8.3 cm) in diameter, and the objective lens diameter is 60 mm.
This heavy solid brass telescope is perfect for your office, near a view window, or for celestial observations.
The main tube of the telescope can be custom engraved with artwork, a
logo, or one to four longer lines of text.
Due to the large width of the engravable area, we suggest engraving full names rather than monograms or initials.
The Stanley London clear-coated 55 inch 32x60 harbormaster telescope on mahogany tripod sells for $899.
We also have a smaller Premium Quality 44-inch Clear Coated Brass Telescope.
55-inch Harbormaster Telescope on Mahogany Tripod
(Ships as Oversized Freight)
Marking near Eyepiece
Detail of Tripod
Rubber Feet on
Right View of Telescope
Left View of Telescope
Copper Arc Mount
View of Objective
End of Telescope
View of Large